Boris Johnson’s expected announcement of harsh new restrictions to address the nation’s surging number of coronavirus cases leads today’s front pages.
The nation’s front pages are dominated by the looming prospect of a second national lockdown in order to bring England’s rising coronavirus cases back under control.
New lockdown measures and fears of another spike in Covid-19 cases lead the papers as the weekend begins.
‘Chaos and inefficiency’ in coronavirus testing and optimism from Brussels over trade are on the front pages on Friday.
The coronavirus ‘test crisis’ and economic fears about new restrictions lead the papers.
The front pages are dominated by frustration with the lack of availability of testing for Covid-19 across the UK.
Large queues and long journeys for people wanting to be tested for Covid-19, and a lack of tests for health workers are among the top stories in the nation’s papers.
The row over the UK’s Withdrawal Agreement with the EU is splashed across the nation’s front pages on Monday, along with the coronavirus and other health concerns.
Concerns over coronavirus cases spreading through the nation’s care homes lead Sunday’s papers.
The latest developments on the fight against coronavirus and the Prime Minister’s concern over the UK being subjected to a “carve up” lead the Saturday papers.
The brewing storm over the Government’s reversal on the Brexit agreement dominates the papers on Friday.
The Government’s desperate push for better coronavirus testing and the pandemic’s likely impact on Christmas dominate the nation’s papers on Thursday.
Boris Johnson’s contentious Brexit backtrack and new measures against the coronavirus dominate today’s papers.
The growing likelihood of the Prime Minister abandoning the Brexit agreement features prominently in the Tuesday papers.
Brexit deal talks and reactions to Extinction Rebellion protests figure prominently amongst an array of topics on the Monday front pages.
The coronavirus and Brexit feature among a wide array of subjects on the Saturday front pages.
Covid-19 issues including testing, quarantining and care home deaths lead the national newspapers on Friday.
The front pages carry calls for an explanation from Moscow after Germany concluded Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was poisoned with Novichok – the same nerve agent used in Salisbury.
An upgrade for Britain’s spy services at the cost of the country’s aid budget and more news from Brussels lead the nation’s front pages.
The challenges and the costs for schools to rebound from from the Covid crisis dominate the Tuesday newspapers.
Concerns over tax moves to cover the costs of the Government’s response to the Covid crisis dominate the Monday papers.
The papers are led by Health Secretary Matt Hancock warning nationwide restrictions cannot be ruled out if coronavirus cases spike in the winter.
A return to the office features on the front pages at the end of the working week, while the headlines also carry various angles on coronavirus in the UK.
Coronavirus, Brexit and a “mutant algorithm” are among the stories making the headlines on Thursday.
A Government U-turn on the wearing of masks in schools leads many of the papers, while pictures of Jimmy Anderson after notching up his 600th Test wicket also feature.
Problems at the Proms and the end of tanks are among the stories leading the papers on Tuesday.
A return to the classroom leads many of Monday’s papers as Boris Johnson said it was “vitally important” for class-based learning to resume.
Manchester United defender Harry Maguire’s time behind bars on a Greek holiday island and warnings for the Government on a second wave of Covid-19 feature on the nation’s front pages.
University admissions, the search for Boris Johnson and a record sentence for a terrorist lead Friday’s papers.
The front pages on Thursday concern the latest on exam results and the drowning of a teenager attempting to cross from France to England.